Version 19, and still no support for a character that is supported in nearly every other application on the Mac since at least 1989. If someone from Adobe could just explain why it's not supported, I think that would ease a lot of frustration. From the user side of things, it just seems like a simple fix — but I'm guessing it's not?
I didn't even realize soft returns were a feature. I thought it was just part of the character set. It is shameful that soft returns can't even be copy/pasted in this program! So much effort involved to work around this shortcoming.
Even implementing this without the replacement features but just highlighting the text elements that contain the missing font would be a HUGE first step. Please fix soon.
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As a workaround for this featire you can make your home artboard an “index” page which links to the different views/subsets of your design. When you share your design and visit the URL you can click through to the real home artboards and copy the URL (each artboard has it’s own URL on the shared link). You can then share these URLs to link people to a subset of your design.
We hope to be able to formalize this feature in the future.
It would be great if I could generate multiple prototypes from the same document. Basically, being able to select one group of artboards and create a prototype and also select a different set of artboards to create a different prototype. A little like Exporting Selected Artboards.
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We have a story to fix this and give a preview of an artboard for this view.
Maybe if it's a clickthrough, it could preview the home artboard? But page-down/up should definitely work to run through all the artboards. Definitely, this would be super helpful. The inability to have multiple concurrent clickthroughs (each updatable) in a single file forces one to create multiple files for the same project. Implementing Quick Look would really help in distinguishing the files.
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Hi, everyone! In the August release of Adobe XD, we’ve introduced the ability to consume colors and character styles from your existing Creative Cloud library. We’re working on bringing you the ability to bring in graphics (both bitmaps and vectors) as well, so we’re keeping this feature open until we get that out the door.
In the meantime, if you have feedback on what we’ve already released, please do file a new idea so that we can get community feedback on it.
If you haven’t seen the update yet, launch the Creative Cloud desktop application, click on the gear icon, and select “Check for App Updates.”
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Like Stefan said. Which is similar to Illustrator, just backwards. But since the shortcuts are customizable, I would just do it the way AI does for consistency and let folks modify the shortcuts (which is what I did — and continue to do in XD using Apple's System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts settings). You could also implement Pablo's method which makes good logic to me, so long as you have menu items as well for those of us who use shortcuts — and I think there are a lot of us.
I don't know how this hasn't happened yet, but Select All on Artboard should totally be a thing. I need it all the time. End of story.
I can provide a use case. Though, an overall background layer was already mentioned. Additionally, having all ones comments on a layer — across artboards! — makes it so one can export with or without those comments with just a single click. Also, with Illustrator type layers, you can also see all the objects within a single layer.
I'm a big fan of AI / ID layers and see nearly no use for the current one. Clearly, I'm in the minority though. Sketch is doing great, and they also do not have layers the way Illustrator and InDesign do. I actually was considering a move to Sketch until I realized they too don't have what I'm looking for. So now I'm considering a move back to Illustrator. They have some nice new tools, including an asset export palette that looks compelling. BUT, I don't think they have prototyping, and that's great in XD.
We’ve begun working on an easier way to crop your images without using an image mask and will be releasing this in an upcoming release!
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Please! This seems like it would be so easy since nearly every other application works this way.
Extra points for low-hanging fruit?
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Similar to InDesign, I agree. Including command-clicking an master-artboard item on a regular artboard would unlink it. That way you could locally modify it.